Bachelor of Arts in Humanities

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  • Course description

    At Stetson University, the Humanities Program is not a conventional department, but an interdisciplinary program offering a major and a minor as well as supporting the general education needs of the University.

    While the Program does offer courses of its own under the HUM designation, majors and minors complete most of their work through the Humanities Division of the College of Arts and Sciences, and in some cases through the School of Music and through cultural studies offerings of other divisions and programs.

    General Education Requirements

    The student must complete the general requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences for the Bachelor of Arts degree. Humanities 275 must be included as part of the general requirements.

    Specific Requirements

    [A] Twelve hours of interdisciplinary courses.The following courses are considered interdisciplinary: Humanities 276, 387, 397; American Studies 151, 210, 261; Religious Studies 255; foreign language civilization courses; and Latin American Studies 100. (Humanities 387 and 397 may be repeated with different content.

    [B] Nine hours in one area of concentration.

    [C] Six hours in a second area of concentration.

    [D] Six hours in a third area of concentration.

    [E] A senior project.

    The areas of concentration may be chosen from any department in the Humanities Division of the College of Arts and Sciences or from the School of Music. However, requirements B, C, and D exclude introductory courses (e.g., EH 131, PY 201, REL 100), studio courses, performance skills courses, and foreign language skills courses (e.g., FH 102). Furthermore, no more than one course in each of categories B, C, and D may be a course designed for non-majors.

    Majors must take at least one course in Philosophy, as part of either an area of concentration or a general requirement of the College. At least one of the three areas of concentration must be in either Philosophy or Religious Studies, not in a combination of the two.

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